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2019 Solo and Small Firm Legal Technology Guide

The popular annual guide to legal technology is back with its 2019 edition. The Solo and Small Firm Legal Technology Guide is the only book of its kind that helps solo and small firm lawyers find the best value for their dollars in legal tech. In clear, understandable language, that authors give a vendor-neutral overview… Read More »

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Microsoft Office 365 for Lawyers, 2nd Edition

As technology is constantly evolving, the Second Edition of Microsoft Office 365 for Lawyers is here with up-to-date information on the increasingly popular software program for small, midsized, and large law firms—Office 365. This easy to understand guide covers the most common questions lawyers have when considering migrating their firms to Office 365. With quickly… Read More »

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Evernote as a Law Practice tool

Looking for a simple and cost-effective way to organize your practice? Evernote is the answer. This program is a memory aid for just about everything you do. Say goodbye to hours spent searching for those meeting notes you saved somewhere on your computer or mobile device or that to-do list you think you put in… Read More »

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Macs in Law: The Definitive Guide for the Mac-Curious, Windows-Using Attorney

Are you Mac-curious? The vast majority of lawyers and law practices still use Windows, but an increasing number are contemplating the switch to Mac, due to its reliability, usability, and security. However, authors Brett Burney and Tom Lambotte know that Macs may not be the best choice for every lawyer and law practice. Macs in… Read More »

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Ultimate Guide to Adobe Acrobat DC

PDFs have become the standard in the legal and business communities for creating, analyzing, storing, and exchanging digital documents, and for filing documents in courts with electronic filing systems. Written by practitioners with extensive experience in using Adobe Acrobat DC for their firm, this book provides step-by-step instructions and screenshots showing users how to get… Read More »

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Secrets To Marketing & Automating Your Law Practice

By David M. Bitton. Published 2018 In this definitive guide to starting, marketing and growing your law firm, you’ll receive key insights from leading experts in the legal industry today. Inside you’ll discover 11 steps to launch a successful law firm, how to get website leads on autopilot, online advertising secrets from the pros, how… Read More »

Categories: Book, Content Type, Firm Management, Future of law, Legal Technology, Marketing, Topics

Artificial intelligence: What is AI and will it really replace lawyers?

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If you scanned social media or the headlines in many online or print-based newspapers or magazines published in 2017, you were pretty much guaranteed to see posts and articles on artificial intelligence (AI). Most of these articles suggest that AI is in the process of fundamentally changing our lives at work, home and play. And… Read More »

Categories: 2018 February Top Legal Disruptions, Articles, Content Type, Features, Future of law, LAWPRO Magazine, LAWPRO Magazine Article Type, Legal Technology, Topics

Ideas for rethinking your law practice

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The changes facing the legal professional may seem daunting, but all lawyers can rise to these challenges and embrace the opportunities they present. There are many ways to respond, some are quite small and easy, and others require a significant investment of time and money. Some can be done by individual lawyers, and others require… Read More »

Categories: 2018 February Top Legal Disruptions, Articles, Content Type, Firm Management, Future of law, LAWPRO Magazine, Legal Technology, Topics

Does your firm need cybercrime insurance?

In a study titled The Cost of Cybercrime, Accenture surveyed 254 companies in seven countries. Over the course of five years, the study revealed a 62 per cent increase in cybercrime attacks. Data breaches during the same period doubled to 130 per year. Accenture noted that while not every security breach results in a loss,… Read More »

Categories: 2018 February Top Legal Disruptions, Articles, Content Type, Cyber dangers, Disaster Planning, Firm Management, Insurance Business, LAWPRO Magazine, LAWPRO Magazine Article Type, LAWPRO policy, Legal Technology, Topics
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